Saturday, 07 December, 2019

Author: Off The Ball


Here’s Ger and Eoin breaking down today’s papers. SUBSCRIBE to the Off The Ball channels to watch OTB AM – https://www.youtube.com/offtheball – https://www.facebook.com/offtheball – https://www.twitter.com/offtheball LISTEN to OTB AM – https://www.offtheball.com – available live from 7.30am on our player! PODCAST Read more…


Here’s Ger and Eoin with Monday’s sports pages. SUBSCRIBE to the Off The Ball channels to watch OTB AM – https://www.youtube.com/offtheball – https://www.facebook.com/offtheball – https://www.twitter.com/offtheball LISTEN to OTB AM – https://www.offtheball.com – available live from 7.30am on our player! PODCAST Read more…


At this year’s Web Summit in Lisbon Brazilian football legend Ronaldo sat down with OTB’s Ger Gilroy to talk about his extraordinary career and his decision to go and buy a football club. SUBSCRIBE to the Off The Ball channels Read more…


Joe Schmidt stopped by Off The Ball HQ for an in-dept discussion following the publication of his book, ‘Ordinary Joe.’ That is available now and published by Penguin Ireland. Joe will be in conversation with Joe Molloy in Dublin, Limerick Read more…


Neil Treacy joined by 2007 World Cup winner BJ Botha to talk about the Boks success and much more from the World Cup of Japan @VodafoneIreland #TeamOfUs


Former Ireland and Munster player Ronan O’Gara joins Neil Treacy in studio as we look back on the Rugby World Cup final – How South Africa defeated England and the significance of that victory overall. @vodafoneireland #TeamOfUs


Neil Treacy joined by 1995 World Cup winner Kobus Wiese and Alan Quinlan for today’s show as we look ahead to the World Cup Final @VodafoneIreland #TeamOfUs #OTBRWC


Neil Treacy joined by OTB’s Eoin Sheahan and Feature Editor of Rugby World Magazine Alan Dymock @VodafoneIreland #TeamOfUs


Richie McCormack joined by former Ireland captain Keith Wood to talk about Ireland’s exit from the 2019 Rugby World Cup @VodafoneIreland #TeamOfUs


Neil Treacy joined by Johne Murphy to preview Ireland v New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup quarter-final @VodafoneIreland #TeamOfUs #OTBRWC